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    After installing a completely fresh and clean 2.2.5 and restoring the backup I made (from a basic 2.2.4 just before doing the clean 2.2.5) my main page says my current version is now 2.2.4. The admin control panel also says this. Is the version number simply held in a variable that I would have replaced by the backup? If so, is that a problem and/ or the only thing that I may have changed, or have I reverted any of the 'other' items that 2.2.5 made 'good'?

    Do I need to, or indeed will I be able to, upgrade again to 2.2.5. I'd rather not of course but will I get problems when the next version comes along?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Try running upgrade18.php, which in the process will increment the version number.
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    • #3
      Re: 2.2.5 now says its 2.2.4 again after mysql restore

      Originally posted by timecode
      After installing a completely fresh and clean 2.2.5 and restoring the backup I made (from a basic 2.2.4 just before doing the clean 2.2.5) my main page says my current version is now 2.2.4. The admin control panel also says this. Is the version number simply held in a variable that I would have replaced by the backup? If so, is that a problem and/ or the only thing that I may have changed, or have I reverted any of the 'other' items that 2.2.5 made 'good'?

      Do I need to, or indeed will I be able to, upgrade again to 2.2.5. I'd rather not of course but will I get problems when the next version comes along?

      Thanks in advance.
      you restored a 2.2.4 backup so 2.2.5 will not exist.. you'd have to perform the upgrade from 2.2.4 to 2.2.5 again
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      • #4
        OK, thanks. Did it again (the non-BETA had been released now anyway). All OK now.

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